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of you coming here and give us such a good speech in the middle of the summer. my question would be addressing the china case. based on the panelists' observation of the president's limited record on trade policy, what kind of -- do you think -- what kind of decision do you think the president is going to make on this case? do you think he's going to grant the remedy on this case and why? >> okay. guys, we're away from big principles right to the nitty-gritty. who would like this? >> if i had to guess, i would guess that there is someremedy. but it's really hard. and here's why. i could tell you a story that goes in neither direction. i could say well, they faced a similar conflict when it came to the name china as a currency manipulator. it was repeated, and it was the same conflict between the -- what the chinese government clearly wanted, and he opted to net -- not name china of currency manipulator in april. on the one hand, if you could say that that is really telling us where they're true preferences log. again, they will face similar choices. or you could say that put them
in the ronald reagan building. it will consist of four tracks focusing on using that for innovation and management. for our government. keeping the initiatives from the administration. stay tuned to our website for that information. tomorrow, tomorrow was very exciting. we'll be talking about innovation. contests. crowd forcing. all the fun things -- >> this event is wrapping up with housekeeping. tonight, an in-depth look at medicare, part 8. our guest is the former administrator for medicare and medicaid. that is tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern. >> as the debate over health care continues, our health care how does an online resource. -- our health care website is a resource, including video from town hall meetings you have gone too. and there is more at c- span.org/healthcare. >> flags are flying at half staff today. senator ted kennedy passed away last night. president obama singing this morning that the massachusetts's senator's ideas are stamped on scores of laws and reflected in millions of lives. >> sustained by remember priceless years together, i will try to carry for that spe
if there's a backlash against that. phil lebeau, thanks so much for joining us. and you heard it first on "street signs," the demi-ashton indicate or. sanjay kapoor told us to look to invest in countries that have an older population like demi moore over a younger generation like ashton kutcher. well, it turns out the hollywood power couple watched them and they weighed in on the demi-ashton ratio via twitter. here are the tweets between the couple. ashton says to demi, "i love that we've become the demi-ashton ratio. lmao. you can figure out what that means on your own. it seems that i'm now a control factor in the markets. he goes on to say that -- this is ashton. "i love that i'm described as the beer-drinking party boy with no cash." i guess he feels like he's done a few things recently to make some money, and probably rightly so. but that's pretty funny. they're watching "street signs." let's take a look at the markets here as we get into the close. we were just barely in positive territory. at last check the dow has now turned negative just in the past few minutes. it's essential
's family said we've lost the irreplaceable center of our family and joy us light in our lives. but the inspiration of his faith, optimism and perseverance will live on in our hearts forever. president obama released a statement saying that the u.s. has lost, quote, the greatest u.s. senator of our time. and massachusetts residents are also more than being the loss. >> it's sad, sad. >> it's an impact for the whole country, especially on the political level. >> reporter: known to his friends and family as teddy, kennedy was a dominant force in the u.s. senate for nearly a half century. as the third longest-serving senator, he put his touch on every major piece of legislation that cleared congress. on capitol hill, the flag is flying at half-staff. kennedy's death will leave a gaping hole in the senate. last week, we learned he asked massachusetts leaders to change the law that regulates how he's replaced. current and state law requires a special election to take place nearly five months after the vacancy. but kennedy wanted the govern to avalentine a temporary replacement in th
're going to take you to a discussion on a survey on teenage drug use. that is the former health and human services secretary. a new study is out on teenage drug and alcohol use. >> better able to help our nation's teens grow up drug free. we regard this as a work in progress, as we try each year to improve our ability to identify the situations and characteristics that influence a risk that teens will smoke, drink, get drunk, using illegal drugs, or of the use prescription drugs. we do not ask whether the teens do this. a number of government surveys conduct such studies of substance abuse. rather, the survey asked questions such as, how many teens friends smoke, drink, or use drugs? or at what percentage of parties but teens and 10's are alcohol and illegal and prescription drugs used. over the past 15 years, we have surveyed thousands of american teens and their parents. we have identified a number of circumstances and characteristics that affected teens risk of smoking, drinking, and using drugs. we have learned how such things as stress, boredom, spending money, parties, hanging out o
look at the american flag on the u.s. capitol, above the senate chamber, in tribute to senator kennedy, who died last night after a yearlong battle with brain cancer. president obama marker -- remarked this morning about senator kennedy. >> i wanted to say a few words this morning about the passing of an extraordinary leader, senator edward kennedy. over the past few years i have had the honor to call him a colleague, counselor, and friend. even though we knew that this they was coming for some time, we waited it with no small amount of dred. since his diagnosis last year, we have seen the courage with which he battles his illness. these months have led him here, people from every corner of our nation and around the world, showing how much he meant to all of us. despite the opportunities that we were denied when his brothers were taken from us. we were given the blessing of time to say thank you and goodbye. the outpouring of love, gratitude, the fund memories to which we have all borne witness, a way in which this singular figure in american history have touched our lives. these ideal
tactics here that can be used? i mean, can the rnc recruit the great '60s british rock band the zombies to get this message out? or like every other recording artists, will the zombies wind up for suing the rnc for stealing its songs? >> that's a good point. there actually are republicans that could help us in a zombie outbreak. general colin powell for one. but i don't think they're talking to him right now. >> is there anybody else? is there anyone to turn to in the event of a zombie attack that must inevitably follow in this health care debate, max? >> well, i think a lot of moderate, rational republicans would be great on our team. and they're going to listen to rush instead. >> plus, if the zombies are looking for brains, they'll only eat the democrats. max brooks, the author of "the zombie survival guide." great thanks and give your father my best. >> thank you, sir. >>> that's "countdown" for this, the 2,308th day since the previous president declared mission accomplished in iraq. i'm keith olbermann. and as keith roberts used to sign off, we thank you and we bid you good night.
, as well, currently standing at $72.34. the weekly u.s. inventory reports coming out today, 10:30 new york time, a dow jones forecast is calling for oil to fall by 600,000 barrels, gasoline to drop by 1.1 million barrels and distillates to rise by 300,000 barrels. what does this wednesday have in store for u.s. stocks? for that, we'll check in with mike in the u.s. good morning to you, mike. good afternoon and thank you, maura. kind of an interesting move in oil after hitting $75 a barrel and closing lower. but here in the states, it looks like the dow, at least, could roll a lucky seven when the opening bell rings in, what, 5 1/2 hours from now? all of the three major indices pointing toward a higher open this morning. and interesting, i think worth pointing out, is that the nasdaq is up a whooping 660% off of the march lows. even with stocks moving higher yesterday, we saw the price of treasuries going up, as well. let's take a look at what the bund is doing this morning. we have the yield on the bund creeping up ever so slightly at 3.26%. the yield on the benchmark ten-year t-note here
never forget it. if i tell you, you'll forget it right away. and she was right. that's it for us today. we'll see all you premium members on the factor postgame show. we hope to see you again next time. the spin stops right here because we're looking out for you! [captioning made possible by fox news] sean: tonight -- >> the health care proposal needs to be killed now. >> while the president's away, the health care debate ranges on. >> glad i called on you, ma'am. thank you. sean: today the director threatens to quit after a showaltering match at the white house. we investigate oregon death panels. >> what are they going to do to me, huh? not like the governor of alaska. sean: david letterman is at it again. >> and here's what's on the reading list. sean: is the president planning to actually read the health care bill? all that plus governor tim pawlenty, and more. hannity starts right here right now. the president may ab way but the health care debate. continues to rage in his absence. our -- we go live to reston, virginia, where congressman howard dean is holding a meeting. >>
. the forecast is coming up next as 11 news continues right now. >> good morning. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will get to our big story in just a minute. let's check the weather with sandra shaw. >> is hot outside. we will up to 90 by this afternoon. it is really pretty. we are in the low 70's right now. nothing major going on this morning right now. a dry air mass is over us. 87-91 today. we are well above the normal of 84. we were at 85 yesterday. tonight, partly cloudy, 65-70. by the end of the week, we will cool back down and have a good chance for showers and storms. huang that later. thus check on traffic. -- more on that later. let's check on traffic. >> take howard beshore alternate as their is a club -- take howard as your alternate as there is a closure in the mulberry area. the west side at liberty has volume building. bad a couple of other problems to mention, there is a water main break near saratoga. and the drive times are looking good for the accident. that is the latest. over to you. press and our big story this morning. the end of a political era is being f
>>> tonight on "worldfocus" -- >>> israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu and u.s. special envoy george mitchel meet to try to solve the thorny issue of jewish settlements in the west bank. can they find common ground? >>> from those trying to broker a peace to stockbrokers hoping to cash in on it. tonight, we take you to the palestinian stock exchange. it may be one of the world's smallest but the dreams are big. >>> in the wake of the world's economic meltdown, we have a special "how they see it" report from britain's itn which questions one of the basic principals of american economics. >>> and the world pays tribute to the passing of senator edward kennedy. >> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here's what's happening from around the world. this is "worldfocus." made possible in part by the following funders -- major support has also been provided by the peter g. peterson foundation dedicated to promoting fiscal responsibility and addressing key economic challenges facing america's future. >>> good evening. i'm martin savidge. >>> the quest for peace in the midd
morning, obviously, ann thompson of cnbc in hyannis port bringing us the news. john harwood is our chief washington correspondent and joins us in d.c. today. john, people are going to immediately turn, at least in the business world, to try and answer questions about what this means for the liberal agenda, business policy going forward. do you see any effects in the short to medium term? >> i doubt it, carl. you know, ted kennedy is, as that statement from barack obama said, the foremost legislator of this time. his career had incredible impact for decades. his family had an even greater impact for an even longer period of time. he's one of 60 votes in the senate. there are many like-minded senators. there are strong committee chairs trying to move health legislation and i think democrats will try to use the emotie emotional bounce and umph from this moment and the grief people are feeling to try to propel this initiative forward. but i don't see a very, very large impact in the short-term or the medium term. democrats are going to end up with another senator from massachusetts, whenever
than most of us were asked to endure. >> massachusetts governor said today that he supports a plan that would allow him to appoint someone to kennedy's now vacant seat for the five months that it takes to set up a special election. there are some signs that the plan may be weakening in the legislature. that could give supporters of health reform one more democratic vote when and if it ever comes to the senate floor. derrick, back to you. >> thank you so much for that. and we have much more on senator edward kennedy on our website, wusa9.com. there you'll find a is slide show of his life, plus video of the kennedy tribute and the senator's speech at the 2008 democratic national convention. there's also written and video statements from president obama and other politicians about senator kennedy's passing and you'll find it all again on our website, wusa9.com. perhaps you would like to share your thoughts about the passing of senator kennedy. we invite you to do that. send them to mcginty's mail bag. the address, mailbag@wusa9.com. >>> and topper shutt is here with that first foreca
there's anybody that serves in the u.s. congress now that could possibly be missed by the american people as much as ted kennedy. >> and here with me now, nbc news anchor and managing editor and nightly news anchor and managing editor brian williams. the legacy, when you think about health care, incomplete of course but it was the passion of his life but the issues -- gun control, of course, sparked by the horrible tragedies to his brothers. where do you begin when we talk about what ted kennedy represents domestically and internationally because of his opposition to the war? >> well, we can prove it with a negative. there isn't a major piece of social legislation over the past four decades that wasn't touched by ted kennedy. and, andrea, as you know, being a long-time washington resident covering the scene there, there were fancier committees he could have put his flag in the ground and dug into, but he did a lot of his work on labor and human resources as it was called. decidedly unsexy, but it's work stretched into american life. and he was able to do things for the people he wo
of the most effective and dominant lawmakers in u.s. history succumbs to brain cancer at the age of 77. >> i love this country. i believe in the bright light of hope and possibility. i always have, even in the darkest hours. i know what america can achieve. i've seen it. i've lived it. >> this is the cbs "morning news" for wednesday, august 26th, 2009. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm michelle gielan. the lion of the senate has been silenced. senator ted kennedy passed away last night following a battle with brain cancer. he was 77 years old and died at the family home in hyannisport. he was the last surviving son of a glamorous but tortured political family who spent half a century in the senate fighting for those who need. we are in washington with more. tara, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. word of kennedy's death came this morning in a brief statement from his family who said his faith, perseverance and optimism will live on. massachusetts senator edward kennedy died at his home in hianis surrounded by loved one after a year-long battle with
boundaries in the united states and for u.s. financial institutions. but i also think that that we need to coordinate globally since our markets and institutions are global as well. as far as the u.s. is concerned, you know, we have a multiplicity of regulators and even in the sweeping proposal from the treasury or in other regulatory proposals i haven't heard any move to -- you know, to consolidate them all into one and as i indicated, it's not clear to me that doing so would produce a better outcome. so the coordination would have to take place among the various regulators tt we have. however, we reshaped them so that information doesn't slip through the cracks so that we don't miss the activities of institutions who are regulated by one group or one regulator but who are engaged in activities that are properly the responsibility of, if you will, collectively all the relators. that extends across borders because markets are global and we need to court -- coordinate across borders with their counterparts across the seas and taking into account what institutions are doing either to as
in a british columbia hotel room. ryan jenkins' luxury bmw and empty boat trailer abandoned on the u.s. border. jenkins dead, hanging by a belt from this coat rack inside this hotel room. jenkins traveling with a mystery blond, driving a silver pt cruiser. she checked him into the hotel while he stays hidden. tonight, the mystery blond, formally named a person of interest by police. was she with jenkins in the u.s.? did she help dispose of fiore's body or worse? and where is fiore's missing mercedes? is it a key to the murder scene? jenkins' family, adamantly swearing their son didn't do it. well, then who did? and tonight, another bombshell. did secret text messages reveal motive for murder? video emerges of fiore and jenkins at a luxury vegas hotel seemingly in love just before fiore's brutal murder. tonight, we have the video. >> there are new questions tonight, questions about whether jenkins had help in getting rid of his wife's body. >> we don't want to close this case and let anybody who helped him get away with assisting in this brutal crime. >> police want to talk to the woman who che
guilty of a huge terrorist crime received on his return to libya. >> and that brings to us tonights "lead focus." our british partner itn has been looking at britain's relationship with libya, its business interest there, leading up to last week's decision to release the lockerbie bomber. as you'll see in john sparks' report, one is left with the impression that at the very least, al megrahi's release can't hurt the relationship. >> reporter: the analysts call it real politic, doing practical deals, the art of give and take. the uk and libya have been doing this for about a decade. but how influential are commercial considerations? where does business fit in this complex mix? libya is an exciting new destination for british business. but did that excitement influence the decision to release abdel basset al megrahi, the man convicted of the lockerbie bombing. scottish and british governments say absolutely not. but al megrahi's future and new business opportunities have always been part of bilateral negotiations. 2007, colonel gadhafi's regime sought to re-enter the international community
in our public life. and millions of americans, hundreds of us who were affected by his personal touch. >> he was the youngest of nine, and kennedy was at the helm of the famous family, staring them through rough waters of personal tragedy. tributes for the senator are now revealed. it is motorcade will take his body to the john f. kennedy library where he will lie in repose until friday. the funeral will take place in boston on saturday, where family and world leaders, including president obama, will honor the man and his legacy. he was remembered for his love of country, family, and to see his powerful voice tnow silenced will be one that echoes long after his death. two weeks ago, his sister, eunice kennedy shriver passed away. >> senator kennedy is remembered as one of the most influential senators of our time. president barack obama says the country has lost a great leader. >> in the united states senate, i can think of no one who engendered greater respect or affection from members of both sides of the aisle. his extraordinary life on this earth has come to an end. an extraordina
to find new leaders, if we can do so, to replace a man who occupied that space all by himself. >> you use the word leader. not only was h a person who believed very strongly in his principles, but he was able to get things done in accordance with those principles, i a s gu a u'sthes tatarhema erkf leader. what w the qtyli that you think was -- that made him so etole g t hings done? >> now you're talking about the kennedy magic. here was a man firmly planted on the left. and yet, this is the same man who was more successful than any other. in creating an agreement and a consensus to bring those issues home. if he were there now, health care would not be in the frenzied state it is. we want to d t remember tne to edkey.nnkenn we ought to pass this billvegiem niveng meaning to s ttuhenareig ltsue of his life, hh eareca for the nation. >> well, congress woman eleanor holmes norton. thank you so much for talking with us on this day. thank you. >> of course. bye-bye. >> bye-bye. >>> ted kennedy spent more than half of his life as a member of the u.s. senate. he left a memorable mark on his cou
will notice an increase in clouds and eventually rain coming at us from the northwest as we head to the weekend and from potentially what would be tropical storm danny. show you what to expect today. looking good. we just picked up to that forecasted 76 for the 9:00 hour. we will top off around 90 today. no rain in the forecast. good morning. >> that's good news. because i got some bad news. man, i wish we could always match up the weather and traffic reports. but fortunately when bad stuff happens things that can slow you down i'm here to tell you about it. to northwest dc where we have a power outage reported. this is near independence avenue by the botanical gardens, that area. if you are heading that way use caution and be prepared to do the four-way stop. if the lights are out, that's the rule. between seminary and king street, we have crash activity here. and it is taking away two right lanes. we know drivers are crawling along, backed up to the capital beltway for now. past this point slow pentagon to the 14th street bridge. next take it over to 66 and show you the eastbou
steve fertig and see how our day will be shaping for us this wednesday morning and how the weather will fair. it's wednesday already. >>> for some people it's back to school. pg county, as well as carroll county, they're into school. you know what i have a. >> what? >> a bus stop forecast. see if that wasn't enthusistic. and it shouldn't be. i know you want more summer. 74 degrees for current temperature. heading to the bus stop will be a comfortable ride into school with mainly clear skies out there. southwest winds at 5 miles per hour. it could be worse, you could be going to school at buffalo in which case you it would be 65 degrees, actually that is not so bad, either, but still cooler. dry conditions looking pretty good today. you are watching a chance of showers, maybe even thunderstorms moving in for later tomorrow, but just an isolated chance, the better chance comes friday, saturday, and sunday when you know it for the weekend. we talk about possibly danny moving up the coast as well. we will get you the fair day forecast if you're headed there tomorrow. right now candace
megan mcgrath is joining us live from capitol hill with reaction. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, eun. the death of senator edward kennedy having a huge impact here on capitol hill. only two other u.s. senators have served longer than kennedy. he was a man with tremendous influence. he was also very well liked and respected by his colleagues, all of his colleagues, although he was known as the liberal lion of the senate, senator kennedy had no problem reaching across the aisle. he worked with conservatives, moderates and liberals alike. we are getting reaction this morning regarding his death. senate majority leader harry reid says, quote, it was the thrill of my work with ted kennedy. he was a friend, the model of publ servin a amendncari a icon. as we mourn his loss, with rededicate himself to theau cses to which cifut dlyul dutifully feiflis . senate kennedy stands wlihit th most patriotic men and wichl women t erve ser in these lls. s nancyi posil says he had a grand orvi fs america and an inparalleled work for change. he had deep concern for the least among us. no on
and medicaid. >> i think it is a fabulous legacy for him, and something all of us in maryland and around the country might be -- should be quite thankful for. senator ben cardin says that his skills were key to legislation that changed our nation for ever, including the civil rights act of 1964, the voting rights act of 1965, the americans with disabilities act, title 9, education reform, and increases in the minimum wage. >> these are legacies of senator kennedy. there are so many things we can look at in our daily lives where he had a positive influence. >> there are currently thousands of children enrolled in medicaid. reporting from the studio, wbal tv 11 news. >> and tonight, nbc nightly news will be extended to a full hour. it begins at 6:30. an in-depth look of senator kennedy's life and the impact he had over five decades. it is a full hour of nightly news, immediately following the newscast. >> into night's -- in tonight's project economy report, more than 200 state employees will lose their jobs. john sherman joins us with more. >> this is the sixth time this year the o'malley
click on the upper right side for the forum and blogger with us. we are open 365, 24/7 -- blog with us. bill o'reilly is next. good night from new york city. she may divorce him. bill: "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> he and cheney need to go to the hague and stand in the dock. >> we can fire this president and put him in [bleep] jail. >> attorney general holder asked to initiate a criminal investigation. bill: victory for the left. holder says he will now investigate cia abuse against the apparent will of president obama. but is there more to this story? >> we should not be discussing any government run program because the history of the government run program. they've gone down the tubes. bill: there are questions about whether government mandated health care is constitutional. county feds really force us to buy insurance? is it legal investigates. >> bill o'reilly called me a pinhead, which is a, not true. and, b, really funny coming from a [bleep] like him. [ laughter ] bill: is bill maher making conan o'brien than uncomfortable? body language has the answer. plus,
will be hearing from senator mikulski shortly, but the junior u.s. senator also released a statement saying i served for two years on the judiciary committee and i consider him one of the most remarkable leaders of our generation. i have lost someone who does been a mentor and one of my heroes. sheila dixon led a moment of silence before today's board meeting. she later spoke about his impact on the people of baltimore. >> his contribution in making sure that the country is open to justice and equality, he was a voice in some cases alone to provide opportunities for many people. we benefited as a result of that. >>> there is much more on the legacy of ted kennedy on our web site. you can hear more reaction from around the world and view of his life in picture is to his life as the senator of massachusetts. there is also a look back at the legacy of the kennedy family. it is all on the homepage of wbaltv.com. >>> before we go -- are going to go to our project economy report? we are going to get barbara mikulski in now. we appreciate you joining us. your reaction on his passing. >> first of all
feds really force us to buy insurance? is it legal investigates. >> bill o'reilly called me a pinhead, which is a, not true. and, b, really funny coming from a [bleep] like him. [ laughter ] bill: is bill maher making conan o'brien than uncomfortable? body language has the answer. plus, dennis miller raring to go this evening. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. leadership at president obama that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. unless you are a hard core obama hater, you have got to be a bit sorry for the president today. on his first day of vacation, his attorney general announces a investigation of the cia. something obama publicly stated he doesn't want. then the administration announced the deficit is $2 trillion more than the white house thought it was. who knew? all of this within 24 hours plaintiff obama arriving on martha's vineyard. and there
>> good morning, everybody. will the back to 11 news today. >> thanks for joining us. -- welcome back to 11 news today. >> thanks for joining us. let's get a check on the weather. >> it is going to be warm today. check it out real quick. we are dealing with temperatures in the low 70's across the board. a 73 degrees downtown. mostly sunny skies. sun setting tonight at 7:48. it will be up shortly. >> with the dry heat, there is a dress what that goes along with it. >> basically. >> we have some accidents. one is blocking 295 pion northbound i-95. -- 295 on northbound i-95. we will continue to monitor this situation and let you know how it develops. we had an accident on 50 on the bay bridge on the westbound direction. that has just been cleared. traffic is going well from the eastern show over the bridge -- eastern shore over the bridge. howard is your alternate in the mulberry area. manhole covers blew off and we are dealing with closures there. that is the latest on tropical 11 -- that is the latest. back to you. >> senator ted kennedy has died last night after his battle with b
, massachusetts. during his nearly five decades on capitol hill, kennedy served alongside ten u.s. presidents vigorously championing causes such as health care and civil rights, earning him the nickname the lion of the senate. michelle franzen has our report. >> reporter: good evening. short time ago senator john kerry, who just left the kennedy compound, came out to give a statement. he said that the family is having, obviously, a difficult time today but they are pulling together and holding a private vigil tonight. this compound served as a retreat and at age 77, senator nnedy was the patriarch of a dynamic family dynasty that captured america's attention for more than a half century. tributes poured in today for a towering figure in american politics. s are zpents visitors in hyannis port left flowers for senator kennedy near the family compound. a summer haven, now in grief, along with the nation. >> regardless of what people thought about ted's political ideas, they are going to hurt. because they lost a gat guy. >> reporter: at the family compound, a steady stream of family members. ke
what had to be done. that is what teddy would do. >> thanks for joining us. i'm shawn yancy. >> i'm laura evans. senator kennedy lost his battle with brain cancer in his massachusetts home overnight. tom fitzgerald is here now with a look back at the life and legacy of the man who was the kennedy family patriarch. >> reporter: last spring when he endorsed barack obama's presidential campaign, senator edward kennedy invoked his brother's inauguration speech saying the torch would be passed again to a new generation. his own torch may have dimmed a final time but the glow of his remarkable life was the stuff of an american political legend. ary 2nd, 1932, the2n un geyostonnif e kennedy which were. he was destinenito step out of the shadees on of his famous brothers and lead the kennedy clan through good times and bad. >> i dojohn fitzgerald kennedy -- >> when john f. kennedy was elected the 35th president, 30- year-old ted kennedy ran for a seat in 1962. democratic strategist peter finn worked on kennedy's first campaign. >> he was criticized by many in the democratic establishment,
billion this year, lisa. >> thanks, maria. and thanks for being with us tonight. next, "campbell brown." >>> tonight, here are the questions, we want answers. are we on the brink of a swine flu epidemic? >> the next few weeks and months will be a very challenging time. >> a dramatic warning from the government, 90,000 people could die in the u.s. this winter. >>> will gaddafi be allowed to pitch his tent in a new jersey subu suburb? he rolled out the red carpet for a terrorist who killed 189 americans, should he be welcome here? >>> and how is that vacation working out, mr. president? sad news on the deficit, another shot from dick cheney, and now this. >> i think you may be seeing the beginning of a peaceful -- i emphasize peaceful -- revolt in america. >>> plus, tonight's newsmaker, the world champion runner being asked to prove that she is not a he. >> -- bringing it home. >> will a gender test be enough to silence critics once and for all? >>> hi, everybody, those are our big questions tonight, but we're going to start as we always do with "the mash-up" a look at all of the stories
, and will advocates of healthcare reform try to use kennedy's death to boost their cause? a former c.i.a. inspector general talks about dick cheney's influence in his report on enhanced interrogations and south carolina's embattled governor answered a call from list second in command to step down. all that, plus the fox all-stars, right here, right now. welcome to washington. i'm he bret baier. senator edward kennedy is being remembered are today as an iconic larger than life figure who was the anchor of america's first family of politics. kennedy died tuesday night at his cape cod home a little more than a year after being diagnosed with brain cancer. it was the final chapter in a he very public and often troubled life. >> at the end of our journey and always before us shines that ideal of liberty and justice for all. >> not by his own choosing, edward kennedy became the surrogate patriarch of a political dynasty, his life a series of triumphs an losses, all positions prominently in the public eye. he was the youngest of nine children, and by the early 1960's, the kennedy family had become america
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is scheduled for saturday at a boston church where senator kennedy used to pray for his daughter when she had cancer. he will be laid to rest at arlington. he will lie next to several kennedy's including his brothers. there's much more on his life and passing at foxnews.com. we have an interactive timeline there. there are some pretty special images of the kennedy family. much more on the staff of senator kennedy, we will go live to the family compound and look back at some of the most memorable speeches. first, some of the day's other news including a warning about what the taliban as new leader in pakistan may be planning. that warning is next. n diabetics on medicare. hello, i'm john fox---you may know that i'm a professional bass fisherman. but you may not know that i have diabetes. and it's never slowed me down thanks to the good folks at liberty medical. i've been a liberty medical patient for years and have relied on them for all my diabetic needs. and, if you call now you'll receive a free meter. it's easy to use with fast results. even the shipping is free and medicare may cover the
supported statehood from the very beginning. he believed in us. he said that d.c. should not be the nation's last colony. >> reporter: jenkins walked up to kennedy and barack obama last year at american university. >> and i went right up to them and they -- informed me enthusiasticallyhat yes, we support full statehood. >> we will hear more about local people who fell the kennedy impact right here in the nation's capital. wendy, back to you. >> tom sherwood, thanks, tom. >>> senator kennedy was a true champion of health care. one of his life's long goals was to achieve universal health care for america. a goal he would never see completed. it was one year ago that he spoke about that at the democratic national convention. >> and this is the cause of my life. new hope. that we will break the old gridlock and guarantee that every american, north, south, east, west, young, old will have decent quality health care as a fundamental right and not a privilege. >> kennedy's colleagues and congress continue to grapple with what the late senator called the cause of his life. and lawmakers are saying
's "the ed show." i'm ed shultz. thanks for joining us. "hardball" with chris matthews is next. >> those who have been with me in the happiest days and the hardest days. together we have known success and seen setbacks. victory and defeat. but we have never lost our belief that we are all called to a better country and a newer world. thank you very much. >> teddy! teddy! teddy! >> thank you. >>> teddy. let's play "hardball." >>> good evening. i'm chris matthews in new york. ted kennedy was the last hur radio, the big baritone demanding justice for the out people -- african-americans, the old person, the immigrant family that wanted to be american. the sick, scared person waiting in the er for hours with something really wrong. why would a good looking rich guy spend his life worrying about the people left out? was it tribal member of his own people left out, sent away, told to go back where they came from. was it the old boston signs that said irish need not apply? what was it about health care who needed a crusade from him. was it because his older brother was secretly sick most of his
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in this country. tonight we go to senator bradley. great to have you with us tonight, sir. >> good to be with you, ed. >> he was a courageous man and through his career cast a lot of votes that were unpopular at the time. one of them was the war vote. he was one of 23 senators that said no to the war in iraq. did it always just kind of work out that way? did he like being the dissenting voice? did he see that was his role? >> no. i think he was that rare politician that didn't see principle and pragmatism as a conflict, and he knew that he wanted to be true to himself, and therefore when he was out on the floor making a speech like you just heard, that was him being true to himself. >> he was a fighter, wasn't he? i spoke with a number of labor leaders today and they said he was the best friend labor ever had in this country. what about that? >> well, so often in politics off record and on occasion you die verge on that record for any number of reasons. but he was someone you could count on if you were organized labor or if you were minorities or if you were a working person. >> senator bradley,
institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> good morning. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will get to other big story in just a minute. s job of the forecast what sandra shaw. >> -- let's check on our forecast with sandra shaw. >> we may see some showers around. the good news is that even though there is going to be a tropical systems and our vicinity, it will be well offshore because of a front coming through here. another quiet hot one. nothing happening on hd doppler over or state right now. 73 degrees downtown and at the airport. mostly sunny skies today. we cannot get a lot of moisture just yet. let's check traffic. >> we have a busy morning commute for motorists on northbound i-95. we are tracking an accident in the 295. two right lanes are blocked. this is one ankle of that. traffic is getting by to the letter -- this is one huppah angangle of that. perhaps a third line is blocked. we will switch over to view another angle of this. this is the big problems of this morning. it is going to impact traffic. it is the biggest problem for now. we have those manhole covers that wer
and alcohol the impact could be dramatic. >>> flags are flying half staff above the u.s. capitol, and in massachusetts in honor of senator edward kennedy who died after a 15-month battle with brain cancer. he was first elected to the senate? 1962. a year before his older brother, president john f. kennedy was assassinated. his older brother senator robert kennedy was gunned down in june of that year after winning the california primary. kenne kennedy's career also included a scandal with a car accident that killed a young woman. in 1980 he made an unsuccessful run for president. he played a major role in the passage of landmark legislation including the civil rights act of 1964. the voting rights act of 1965. the 1990 americans with disables act and the 1993 medical leave act. in a statement the kennedy family said we've lost the irreplaceable center of our family and joyous light of our lives. but his optimism and perseverance will live on in our hearts forever. senator kennedy was an early supporter for barack obama. this morning the president took a break from his vacation on
. president obama says the u.s. has lost a great leader with the death of ted kennedy and the kennedy family has lost a tower of strength. kennedy knew his time was limited shortly after he was diagnosed with brain cancer last may but decided to treat it aggressively with radiation, chemo and therapy and actually outlived doctors' predictions. he spoke at last year's democratic convention calling health care reform the cause of his life. but it was actually one of the things he had been unable to accomplish in his 47 years in the senate. kennedy helped pass the americans with disabilities act, family leave, meals on wheels for the elderly, no child left behind, the medicare drug prescription benefit as well. he's best known outside of washington for his famous family. he was the youngest of nine children. his older brothers all died violently -- joseph shot down in world war ii, john and bobby shot to death by assassins. the role of patriarch, walking his niece down the aisle at her wedding, taking her nieces and nephews under his wing, in addition to his own children and stepchildren. gover
and tragedies. we'll look back on one of the most influential lawmakers in u.s. history "today," wednesday, august 26th, 2009. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning and welcome to "today" on this sad wednesday morning. the u.s. flag flying at half-staff in front of the u.s. capitol building in washington. that's the site right there in honor of senator ted kennedy, the nation's third longest serving senator. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm ann curry in for meredith. there is a statement released by the kennedy family overnight that says it all, "we've lost the irreplaceable center of our family." >> tet kenned kennedy was force take over the mantel of the kennedy legacy following the assassination of his older brothers president john f. president and senator robert kennedy. the death of his tragic brother joseph as well. became one of the most effective legislators of the past 50 years. >> senator kennedy died late tuesday night at his massachusetts home 15 months after being diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor with his wife and children by his side. president obama rele
>> may it be said of our party in 1980 that we found our faith again and may it be said of us both and dark passages and early days in the words of tennyson that my brothers quoted and lebanon has special meaning for me now, i am a part of all that. i have that too much is taken, much abides. that which we are, we are. one equal temper of heroic part, strong in will to strive, find, and not to yield. for me, a few hours ago this campaign came to an end. for all those whose careers have been our concern the work goes on, the clause in doors, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die. [applause] host: this is "washington journal" for august 26. that is senator kennedy from 1980 conceding to jimmy carter. the flag is flying at half-staff today in honor of senator kennedy who died this morning. the kennedy family says that they have lost the center of their family and the light of their lives. there is a special one we have set aside for massachusetts residents to give your thoughts, personal as they would be, probably different from those of the rest of america on senator ke
and show you the inner loop in virginia. from 95 to 66. realtime sensors are showing us the drivers are clocking in at a great pace. we will take you to the outer loop. hop over to maryland, north of the district. the situation past new hampshire. a good amount of volume between this area up to georgia. and wrap it up with 95 and the bw parkway. we'll take you there. out of baltimore past 32, down to powder mill you are looking at a clear commute. now, over to andrea. >> thank you. at one past the hour, the world is waking up to the news that senator ted kennedy has died. the lie job of the senate died last night. he was 77. kennedy represented his home state of massachusetts in the senate for more than four decades. last year he helped president obama get elected. today the president said america has lost "a great leader." digital correspondent armando trull begins our coverage. he's live on captiol hill. armando? >> reporter: ted kennedy was the third longest serving senator in american history. for 46 1/2 years, he fought countless political battles hoar on captiol hill, winning
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